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Democracy Now!
Jun 6, 2006
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* Headlines for June 6, 2006 * Antiwar Candidates Challenge Incumbent Democrats in House and Senate Races * "The United States is Terrified" - Noam Chomsky on Latin America's Move Towards "Independence and Integration"
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Democracy Now!
Jun 5, 2006
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* Headlines for June 5, 2006 * "No Good Science Goes Unpunished" - Environmental Journalist David Helvarg on the Bush Administration, Climate Change and Hurricanes * Activists, Celebs Stage Encampment For South Central Farm * British Antiwar Activist Salma Yaqoub on Iraq, Muslim Discrimination and Being the First Hijab-Wearing Woman Elected to City Council in Birmingham
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Democracy Now!
Jun 2, 2006
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* Headlines for June 2, 2006 * Why is the U.S. Hampering a Swiss Investigation into A.Q. Khan's International Nuclear Arms Smuggling Ring? * Fmr. Chief UN Weapons Inspector Hans Blix Calls for Permanent Worldwide Ban on WMDs * How One of New York City's Biggest Landlords is Systematically Driving Out Thousands of Low-Income Residents
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Democracy Now!
Jun 1, 2006
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* Headlines for June 1, 2006 * Is U.S. AIDS Policy Undermining the Global Fight Against the Disease? * Pills Profits Protest: A Chronicle of the Global AIDS Movement * A Debate on the Role of Pharmaceutical Companies and Access to HIV Treatment in the Developing World * Colombia Re-Elects Bush Ally Alvaro Uribe
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Democracy Now!
May 31, 2006
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* Headlines for May 31, 2006 * Electronic Voting Machine Study Exposes Most Serious Security Flaws Ever Documented * Citizen Journalism: A Look at How Blogging is Changing the Media Landscape from the Congo to Korea
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Democracy Now!
May 30, 2006
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* Headlines for May 30, 2006 * Haditha Massacre: Was it an Isolated Event and Did the Military Try to Cover it Up? * East Timor Declares State Of Emergency As Violence Spreads * Earthquake Death Toll Tops 5,400 in Indonesia; 200,000 Left Homeless
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Democracy Now!
May 29, 2006
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Democracy Now! radio program for May 29, 2006
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May 25, 2006
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* Headlines for May 25, 2006 * Afghanistan in Turmoil: 330+ Killed in One Week, U.S. Bombing Raids Continue, Taliban Seizing Control in Southern Region * While Some See Compromise, Critics Say Senate Immigration Bill Punishes Undocumented Immigrants * U.S. Court Rules Wrongfully-Held Detainee Khaled El-Masri Can't Sue CIA For Kidnapping Him * Special Memorial Day Preview...Fmr. British Navy Spokesman Lieutenant Commander Steve Tatham on Losing Arab Hearts and Minds
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Democracy Now!
May 24, 2006
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* Headlines for May 24, 2006 * President Bush Embraces “Bold” Israeli Plan To Annex West Bank Settlements * House Palestinian Anti-Terrorism Act: A Debate * Study Alleging Dominant Influence of Israeli Lobby Sparks Heated Fallout * Retired Army Col. Charged With Sedition For Handing Flyer on Anti-War Vietnam Vets
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Democracy Now!
May 23, 2006
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* Headlines for May 23, 2006 * Arundhati Roy on India, Iraq, U.S. Empire and Dissent
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Democracy Now!
May 22, 2006
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* Headlines for May 22, 2006 * UN Panel Calls for Bush Administration to Close Guantanamo Bay Military Prison * Ex-Guantanamo Chaplain James Yee on Faith and Patriotism Under Fire
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Democracy Now!
May 19, 2006
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* Headlines for May 19, 2006 * Hayden Defends Domestic Spy Program At Confirmation Hearing * “Voices of Time”: Legendary Uruguayan Writer Eduardo Galeano on Immigration, Latin America, Iraq, Writing – and Soccer
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Democracy Now!
May 18, 2006
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* Headlines for May 18, 2006 * Confirmation Hearing Opens for CIA Nominee and Former NSA-Head Michael Hayden * New Internet Legislation Would Force ISPs To Track Customers' Online Activities * Will the Public Lose its Right to Know About Toxic Releases by Industry? * Is the U.S. Government Fueling Civil War in Somalia?
Democracy Now!
May 17, 2006
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* Headlines for May 17, 2006 * FBI Launches Criminal Civil Rights Investigation of NYPD Over RNC Protests * Ex-NSA Head Bobby Ray Inman on the National Security Agency’s Domestic Surveillance Program: “This Activity Was Not Authorized” * Church Committee Counsel Frederick Schwarz on Corporate Involvement in Government Spying * Baghdad ER: Documentary On US Military Hospital in Iraq Gets Cold Reception From Army
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Democracy Now!
May 16, 2006
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* Headlines for May 17, 2006 * FBI Launches Criminal Civil Rights Investigation of NYPD Over RNC Protests * Ex-NSA Head Bobby Ray Inman on the National Security Agency’s Domestic Surveillance Program: “This Activity Was Not Authorized” * Church Committee Counsel Frederick Schwarz on Corporate Involvement in Government Spying * Baghdad ER: Documentary On US Military Hospital in Iraq Gets Cold Reception From Army
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Democracy Now!
May 15, 2006
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Democracy Now! radio program for May 15, 2006
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May 12, 2006
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* Headlines for May 12, 2006 * Three Major Telecom Companies Help US Government Spy on Millions of Americans * The Yes Men Strike Again: Group Poses As Halliburton Reps At “Catastrophic Loss” Conference * Mothers Say No To War: Peace Activists Plan Mother’s Day Protest Outside White House
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Democracy Now!
May 11, 2006
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* Headlines for May 11, 2006 * Georgetown Faculty Object to Appointment of Iraq War Architect Douglas Feith as Professor in School of Foreign Service * Controversy Brews at New School Over Pick of McCain as Graduation Speaker * Crackdown in Mexico: 200 Jailed, Women Claim Sexual Abuse by Police * Empire's Workshop: Latin America, the United States, and the Rise of the New Imperialism
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Democracy Now!
May 10, 2006
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* Headlines for May 10, 2006 * Brandeis University Takes Down Palestinian Youth Art Exhibit Mounted by Israeli Jewish Student * House of War: James Carroll on the Pentagon and the Disastrous Rise of American Power * Should Boston College Award Condoleeza Rice An Honorary Degree? A Debate
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Democracy Now!
May 9, 2006
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* Headlines for May 9, 2006 * Chicago's Abu Ghraib: UN Committee Against Torture Hears Report on How Police Tortured Over 135 African-American Men Inside Chicago Jails * LA Times Baghdad Bureau Chief: "[More People] Are Dying Violently Now Than At Any Time Since The U.S.-Led Invasion" * Ken Silverstein on CIA Chief Porter Goss’ Abrupt Resignation & The Duke Cunningham Bribery Scandal
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Democracy Now!
May 8, 2006
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* Headlines for May 8, 2006 * Fmr. NSA Chief General Michael Hayden Nominated to Replace Porter Goss as CIA Director * COPE Telecom Bill Affects Net Neutrality, Local Cable Franchises and Funding for Public Access * Part II...Overthrow: America's Century of Regime Change from Hawaii to Iraq
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Democracy Now!
May 5, 2006
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* Headlines for May 5, 2006 * Damu Smith 1952-2006: Legendary Peace Activist Dies After Battle with Colon Cancer * Retired CIA Analyst Ray McGovern Takes on Rumsfeld Over Justification for Iraq Invasion * FBI Counterterrorism Unit Spies on Peace Group School of the Americas Watch * FBI Targeted Freelance Journalist Covering FTAA Miami Talks * Evo Morales Nationalizes Gas Resources in Bolivia * Bullets in the Hood: Bed-Stuy Documentary Goes on Tour to Raise Awareness About Gun Violence
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Democracy Now!
May 4, 2006
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* Headlines for May 4, 2006 * Jury Rejects Death Penalty for Moussaoui in Major Defeat for Bush Administration * Two Immigrants Who Followed the Path to Citizenship Tell Stories of Detention and Deportation * A Look Inside U.S. Immigration Prisons
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Democracy Now!
May 3, 2006
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* Headlines for May 3, 2006 * Daughter of Sami Al-Arian Says Family "Devastated" by Father's Continued Imprisonment, Blasts Media Coverage * Sami Al-Arian Co-Defendant Sameeh Hammoudeh Remains in Jail Four Months After Being Acquitted of All Charges * Stephen Colbert's Blistering Performance Mocking Bush and the Press Goes Ignored by the Media
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Democracy Now!
May 2, 2006
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* Headlines for May 2, 2006 * Over 1.5 Million March for Immigrant Rights in One of Largest Days of Protest in U.S. History * Juan Gonzalez: On Streets of New York, Solidarity Reigns * The Meaning of the May Day Marches and the Future of the Immigrant Rights Movement * Are U.S. Trade Policies & NAFTA Causing An Influx of Undocumented Workers in U.S.? * Puerto Rico Imposes Partial Government Shutdown Amid Financial Crisis
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Democracy Now!
May 1, 2006
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* Headlines for May 1, 2006 * Thousands of Protesters Demand End to Darfur Genocide in Largest Public U.S. Outcry Since Conflict Began * Up To 350,000 March in New York for Peace, Justice and Democracy * A Day Without Immigrants: Millions Expected to Boycott Work, Not Consume to Protest Anti-Immigrant Bill * The Origins of May Day: A Story of Chicago, the First Labor Movement and the Bombing That Divided Gilded Age America
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Democracy Now!
Apr 28, 2006
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* Headlines for April 28, 2006 * Has Global Oil Production Reached Maximum Capacity? A Debate on Peak Oil * Jesse Jackson on Race Comments by New White House Press Secretary Tony Snow: "An Attempt to Make the Quest for Racial Justice Illegitimate" * March for Peace, Justice and Democracy Scheduled in New York * Immigrant Rights Groups Call for Massive Nationwide General Work Strike and Economic Boycott * Tens of Thousands Expected for DC Demonstration Against Darfur Genocide * Raging...
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Democracy Now!
Apr 27, 2006
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* Headlines for April 27, 2006 * EXCLUSIVE: Nixon White House Counsel John Dean and Pentagon Papers Leaker Daniel Ellsberg on Watergate and the Abuse of Presidential Power from Nixon to Bush * The Assassination of Digna Ochoa: A Look at the Life and Death of the Renowned Mexican Human Rights Lawyer
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Democracy Now!
Apr 26, 2006
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* Headlines for April 26, 2006 * Nat Hentoff on the Government Crackdown on Information From Whistleblowers to Journalists * FBI Seeks to Seize Control of Files of Deceased Investigative Journalist Jack Anderson * Pentagon Papers Whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg to Government Insiders: Risk Prison to Leak Information Exposing Illegal Government Actions * Chernobyl 20 Years Later: New Report Finds Death Toll From Nuclear Disaster Close to 100,000
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Democracy Now!
Apr 24, 2006
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* Headlines for April 24, 2006 * Nagin, Landrieu Face Run-Off in New Orleans Election, Tens of Thousands of Displaced Residents Barred from Voting * FEMA's Dirty Little Secret: A Rare Look Inside the Renaissance Village Trailer Park, Home to Over 2,000 Hurricane Katrina Evacuees * NYC Union Chief Roger Toussaint Remains Defiant Hours Before Heading to Jail for Leading Transit Strike
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Democracy Now!
Apr 20, 2006
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* Headlines for April 20, 2006 * Blackwater in the Crosshairs: The Families of Four Private Security Contractors Killed in Fallujah File a Ground-Breaking Lawsuit
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Apr 19, 2006
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* Headlines for April 19, 2006 * Israel Holds Hamas-Led PA Directly Responsible for Tel Aviv Attack as Occupied Territories Starved of International Aid * Legendary Nigerian Writer Wole Soyinka on Oil in the Niger Delta, the Effect of Iraq on Africa and His New Memoir
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Democracy Now!
Apr 18, 2006
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* Headlines for April 18, 2006 * Outrage in Milwaukee Over Acquittal by All-White Jury of Police Officers Charged in Vicious Beating * Darfur Refugee and Top UN Envoy for Prevention of Genocide Discuss Humanitarian Crisis in Sudan and Role of International Community * Legendary Nigerian Writer Wole Soyinka: Darfur Crisis "A Blot on the Conscience of the World"
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Democracy Now!
Apr 17, 2006
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* Headlines for April 17, 2006 * Retired Colonel Sam Gardiner on Iran War Plans: "The Issue is Not Whether the Military Option Would Be Used But Who Approved the Start of Operations Already" * Fmr. Top Italian News Anchor Lilli Gruber on the Italy Elections, Media Monopoly and Beating Berlusconi for a Seat in European Parliament * Jailed Palestinian Professor Sami Al-Arian to Be Deported After Prosecutors Fail to Convict Him on a Single Charge
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Democracy Now!
Apr 14, 2006
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* Headlines for April 14, 2006 * Thousands of Protesters, Journalists, Lawyers Arrested in Nepal as Mass Pro-Democracy Demonstrations Continue Against King * Part II: The End of the Internet? Net Neutrality Threatened by Cable, Telecom Interests * Iraqi CBS Cameraman Released After 1 Year Imprisonment by U.S. Forces
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Democracy Now!
Apr 13, 2006
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* Headlines for April 13, 2006 * Village Voice Shakeup: Top Investigative Journalist Fired, Prize-Winning Writers Resign Following Merger with New Times Media * The End of the Internet? Net Neutrality Threatened by Cable, Telecom Interests
Democracy Now!
Apr 12, 2006
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* Headlines for April 12, 2006 * Seymour Hersh: Bush Administration Planning Possible Major Air Attack on Iran * French Student Leaders Hail 'Historic Victory' After Mass Protests Force Government to Abandon Controversial Youth Job Law * Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi Refuses to Concede Defeat Despite Official Election Results * Investigative Reporter Greg Palast: U.S. Energy Dept. Concludes Venezuela Could Have Biggest Oil Reserves in OPEC
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Democracy Now!
Apr 11, 2006
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* Headlines for April 11, 2006 * Immigrant Rights Protests Rock the Country: Up to 2 Million Take to the Streets in the Largest Wave of Demonstrations in U.S. History * Publisher of Texas Spanish-Language Daily on Immigrant Protests: "This is a Personal Issue...A True Political Mobilization" * Dallas High School Student Describes Organizing Mass Walkout * Eighth Grader Commits Suicide After Being Threatened by School Official With Jail Time for Organizing Walkouts * Salt Lake City...
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Democracy Now!
Apr 10, 2006
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* Headlines for April 10, 2006 * Historic African-American New Orleans Church Reopened After Weeks Of Protests & Rectory Sit-In * New Orleans Residents and Evacuees Blast State of Schools, Housing, Jobs at Mayoral Forum * "Poor People, Disabled People, People of Color Are Not Welcomed Back to New Orleans" - Activists Paint Grim Picture of Struggling City
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Democracy Now!
Apr 7, 2006
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* Headlines for April 7, 2006 * Libby Says Bush Authorized Leaks of Highly Classified Iraq Intel to Bolster Case for War * Amy Goodman Questions Fmr. Chief Military Spokesman in Iraq About U.S. Killing, Detaining of Journalists and Planting of News Stories in Iraqi Press * Robert Fisk on Iraq, Palestine and the Failure of the U.S. Corporate Media to Challenge Authority
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Democracy Now!
Apr 6, 2006
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* Headlines for April 6, 2006 * Fake TV News: Widespread and Undisclosed... How Corporate-Funded Propaganda Is Airing On Local Newscasts As "News" * "The Queen of the VNR" Robin Raskin Reveals Why She Appears In Corporate-Sponsored "News Segments" & Why She Feels Stations Need To Disclose Who Is Funding the VNRs * FCC Commissioner Says Broadcasting VNRs Without Disclosure May Violate Federal Law
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Democracy Now!
Apr 4, 2006
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* Headlines for April 4, 2006 * The Hammer Leaving Congress: DeLay Announces Resignation Amid Controversy * Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee: Immigration is the Civil Rights Issue of Our Time * Cynthia McKinney Accuses Capitol Police of Racial Profiling * FBI Whistleblower Colleen Rowley Warns Zacarias Moussaoui Trial May Mark Last Time Bush Administration Use Courts to Try Terror Suspects * Former Liberian President Charles Taylor Pleads Not Guilty Before UN-backed War Crimes Tribunal In Sierra Leone *...
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Democracy Now!
Apr 3, 2006
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* Headlines for April 3, 2006 * Immigration Reform, Big Business, NAFTA and the Impact on the African American Workforce * "A Silent People Will Never be Heard" - Tens of Thousands March for Immigrant Rights in New York * Noam Chomsky on Iraq Troop Withdrawal, Haiti, Democracy in Latin America and the Israeli Elections
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Democracy Now!
Mar 31, 2006
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* Headlines for March 31, 2006 * EXCLUSIVE...Noam Chomsky on Failed States: The Abuse of Power and the Assault on Democracy
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Democracy Now!
Mar 30, 2006
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* Headlines for March 30, 2006 * Kidnapped Reporter Jill Carroll Freed in Baghdad * Senate Debate Over Immigration Reform Heats Up in Washington * Abramoff Sentenced to 70 Months in Prison As Senate Passes Lobbying Reform Bill That Excludes Campaign Finance * Report Exposes Telecom Industry's Astroturf Lobbying Groups * How Lobbyists Helped Secure Billions in Taxpayer Subsidies For Big Oil Companies Despite Record Profits
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Democracy Now!
Mar 29, 2006
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* Headlines for March 29, 2006 * A Debate on the Senate's Proposed Overhaul of Immigration Laws * Thousands of Students Defy School Lockdowns and Continue Walkouts to Protest Anti-Immigrant Bill * Walkout: The True Story of the Historic 1968 Chicano Student Walkout in East L.A.
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Democracy Now!
Mar 28, 2006
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* Headlines for March 28, 2006 * Fmr. Democratic Senator and Presidential Candidate Gary Hart: “Both Houses of Congress Belong to the President’s Party” * South Dakota Abortion Ban Draws Fiery Opposition from Native Americans
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Mar 27, 2006
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* Headlines for March 27, 2006 * Between 500,000 to 2 Million Take to the Streets of L.A. To Demonstrate Against Anti-Immigrant Bill * Freed British Peace Activist Norman Kember Tells World Not to Forget Plight of "Ordinary Iraqi People" * Bush Signs Statements to Bypass Torture Ban, Oversight Rules in Patriot Act * Blood Money? As Divestiture Movement Heats Up, Sudan Government Pays Close to $1 Million for New York Times Supplement Advocating Investment and Praising "Peaceful,...
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Democracy Now!
Mar 24, 2006
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* Headlines for March 24, 2006 * IRS Audited Greenpeace At Request of ExxonMobil-Funded Group * The PsyOps War: A Look at the Lincoln Group and the U.S. Military's Planting of Stories in the Iraqi Press * Mass Protests Continue in France to Oppose Controversial Labor Law
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Democracy Now!
Mar 23, 2006
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* Headlines for March 23, 2006 * The Return of Black Bag Searches? Oregon Attorney on Why He Feels Federal Agents Broke into His Home and Office to Conduct Clandestine Searches * Another Civilian Massacre? U.S. Launches Investigation After Iraqi Police Accuse U.S. Troops of Murdering 11 Men, Women and Children Last Week * Iraqi Exile Speaks Out Against the Targeting of Gay Iraqis by Shia Death Squads * Three Kidnapped Peace Activists Freed in Baghdad
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Mar 22, 2006
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* Headlines for March 22, 2006 * "My Name is Rachel Corrie" - A Debate Over Why the Play is Not Opening in New York * Rachel Corrie's Parents React to New York Theater's Postponement of a Play Based on Their Late Daughter's Words * Helen Thomas Asks President Bush Why He Went to War
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Democracy Now!
Mar 21, 2006
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* Headlines for March 21, 2006 * Videotape Forces Pentagon to Investigate Claims U.S. Marines Shot Dead 15 Iraqi Civilians in Apparent Revenge Killings * Fmr. GOP Strategist Kevin Phillips on American Theocracy: The Peril and Politics of Radical Religion, Oil, and Borrowed Money in the 21st Century
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Mar 20, 2006
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* Headlines for March 20, 2006 * Three Years After U.S. Invasion Two Wounded Iraqi Children and Their Fathers Tell Their Stories * After Criticizing Bush, Harry Belafonte is Disinvited from the University of Virginia, EyeCare and Speaking at the Coretta Scott King Funeral
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Democracy Now!
Mar 17, 2006
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* Headlines for March 17, 2006 * Michael Gordon and General Bernard Trainor on the Inside Story of the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq * New York Times Chief Military Correspondent Michael Gordon Defends Pre-War Reporting on WMDs
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Mar 16, 2006
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* Headlines for March 16, 2006 * Israeli Raid on Palestinian Prison Ignites Crisis in Occupied Territories * People Across the Globe Stage Readings of Rachel Corrie's Words on Third Anniversary of Her Death * Crackdown: Venezuelan Prof. Visited by Feds in Pomona, Bolivian Prof. Denied U.S. Entry Visa * Janitors Strike at the University of Miami to Gain Living Wage and Health Benefits
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Mar 15, 2006
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* Headlines for March 15, 2006 * Newly Released Files Reveal FBI Spied on PA Peace Group Because of Antiwar Views * Military Jailing Vietnam War Resisters 40 Years After They Refused to Serve * Iraq War Resisters Stage 241-Mile Peace March Across U.S.-Mexico Border * Sunshine Week: Newspapers and Broadcasters Challenge Government Secrecy
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Democracy Now!
Mar 14, 2006
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* Headlines for March 14, 2006 * U.S. Exclusive: Moazzam Begg Describes Abuse at Bagram and Guantanamo and Witnessing the Killing of Two Fellow Detainees * British Human Rights Lawyer Gareth Peirce and "Enemy Combatant" Co-Author Victoria Brittain Blast U.S.-Run Prison at Guantanamo Bay * In Historic Move, Feingold Introduces Resolution to Censure President Bush * Over 100,000 March in Chicago to Protest Immigration Reform Bill in One of Biggest Pro-Immigrant Rallies in U.S. History
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Democracy Now!
Mar 13, 2006
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* Headlines for March 13, 2006 * Tom Fox Remembered Around the World as Dedicated Activist Who Devoted His Life to Peace * Slobodan Milosevic Found Dead in Hague Prison Cell: A Look at the Serbian Leader's War Crimes and the U.S. Role in the Balkans
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Mar 10, 2006
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* Headlines for March 10, 2006 * Former Labour MP Tony Benn on how Britain Secretly Helped Israel Build Its Nuclear Arsenal * The Next Gulf: London, Washington & the Oil Conflict in Nigeria
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Mar 9, 2006
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* Headlines for March 9, 2006 * Iraqi Novelist Haifa Zangana: U.S. Troops Must Withdraw Now * Crackdown on Civil Liberties in the UK: Roundtable Discussion on New Anti-Protest Laws, Extraordinary Rendition, Immigration Laws & Torture
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Mar 8, 2006
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* Headlines for March 8, 2006 * British Journalists Face Pressure from Police After Revelations on Menezes Shooting * Legendary Actor Vanessa Redgrave Calls Cancellation of Rachel Corrie Play an “Act of Catastrophic Cowardice” * Women's Voices From Africa: A Conversation with Margaret Busby
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Mar 7, 2006
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* Headlines for March 7, 2006 * Lawless World: Bush Considered Flying US Spy Planes Painted With UN Colors Over Iraq In 2003 to Provoke War * Former UK Soldier Urges Others to Refuse To Fight in Iraq * New Video Broadcast Showing Three of the Four Christian Peacemaker Teams Members Abducted in Iraq
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Mar 6, 2006
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* Headlines for March 6, 2006 * Iraqi Women Make Rare Trip to U.S. to Tell Their Stories of Life Under Occupation * Come Hell or High Water: Michael Eric Dyson on Hurricane Katrina and the Color of Disaster
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Mar 3, 2006
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* Headlines for March 3, 2006 * Baby Bush Go Home: Arundhati Roy on Massive Protests Against Bush's Visit to India * Katrina Six Months Later: Activists Discuss Grassroots Disaster Relief, Evictions, Racism and the Struggle to Help Those Left Behind
Democracy Now!
Mar 2, 2006
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* Headlines for March 2, 2006 * U.S. Enters New Nuclear Age as Bush Seeks Funds for New Generation of Nukes * V.A. Nurse Accused of Sedition After Publishing Letter Critical of Bush on Katrina, Iraq * The Navajo Nation's Ongoing Battle Against Uranium Mining
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Democracy Now!
Mar 1, 2006
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* Headlines for March 1, 2006 * U.S. Agrees to Pay Egyptian Man $300K For Post-9/11 Detention in Unprecedented Settlement * How Major Corporations and Government Plan to Track your Every Move with Radio Frequency Identification
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Feb 28, 2006
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* Headlines for February 28, 2006 * Exclusive: Former UN Human Rights Chief in Iraq Says US Violating Geneva Conventions, Jailing Innocent Detainees * Six Months After Katrina, New Report Shows Poor Still Being Left Behind * National Oral History Project StoryCorps Travels America, Recording Stories of Ordinary People
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* Headlines for February 27, 2006 * Total Information Awareness Lives On Inside the National Security Agency * "Worse" Than Guantanamo: U.S. Expands Secretive Prison Inside Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan * "They've Ruined My Life": Torture Survivor Maher Arar Recalls how U.S. Sent Him to Syria Where He Was Jailed and Tortured For 10 Months
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* Headlines for February 24, 2006 * Baghdad Imposes Daytime Curfew as Violence Escalates Following Shiite Mosque Bombing * Venezuelan-Owned Citgo Faces Congressional Inquiry For Offering Discounted Oil to U.S. Poor * Rep. Jose Serrano (D-NY) Criticizes FBI For Cracking Down on Independence Movement in Puerto Rico * The News Dissector Danny Schechter Calls For March 21 Protests Targeting Media's Complicity in the Iraq War * CorpWatch's Pratap Chatterjee on the Link Between the Iraq War and the...
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Feb 23, 2006
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* Headlines for February 23, 2006 * Legendary South African Journalist Allister Sparks on Wiretapping and Torture, Under Apartheid and Bush
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* Headlines for February 22, 2006 * EXCLUSIVE: Al Jazeera Reporters Give Bloody First Hand Account of April ’04 U.S. Siege of Fallujah
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Feb 21, 2006
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* Headlines for February 21, 2006 * Civil Rights Activist Yuri Kochiyama Remembers Her Life: From Internment Camps in the U.S. to the Assassination of Malcolm X and Beyond * On the 41st Anniversary of the Assassination of Malcolm X, “The Ballot or the Bullet”
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* Headlines for February 17, 2006 * Australian Report Reveals More Abu Ghraib Torture Photos, Drawing Public Outrage * Salon.com Runs Abu Ghraib Torture Photos Leaked from Internal Army Source * Professor McCoy Exposes the History of CIA Interrogation, From the Cold War to the War on Terror
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* Headlines for February 16, 2006 * Georgia Rep. Cynthia McKinney Blasts Government For Creating “New Underclass of Katrina Homeless” * FEMA Fails Katrina Evacuees on Housing: Hotel Evictions Continue, Promises of Trailers and Rental Assistance Unmet * Are New Orleans Evacuees Being Denied the Right to Vote? * U.N. Report Calls for the Closing of Guantanamo, Former Prison Chaplain Yee Details Abuses
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